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Elections 2024 | BJP-led alliance to win Lok Sabha and Maharashtra assembly elections in 2024: Nitin Gadkari MIGMG News

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Mumbai. Union Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari on Saturday expressed confidence that based on the development work done since 2014, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) will return to power at the Center and in Maharashtra in the elections. next year.To be continued Speaking on a private channel programme, Gadkari also said that the NDA government through its development works and good governance has instilled a sense of confidence in the people.

Gadkari said, “We will win and once again BJP and NDA will form the government both in Maharashtra and at the Centre. The good work done by Prime Minister Narendra Modi will bring good results.” Gadkari said, “Our performance is our strength and people expect the same from us. We instilled faith in people with our good work, which we will take to them.”

“I can confidently say that the work that has been done in the last (over eight) years under PM Modi is much more than what was done for 60 years of Congress rule,” Dhakri said. On the development of green transport, the minister said, “Hydrogen is the fuel of our future and India’s future vehicles will run on hydrogen and green fuel.”

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“We import fossil fuels worth Rs 16 lakh crore every year, but very soon our farmers will produce green fuel and green hydrogen,” he said, expressing satisfaction over the development of highways in the country. In the following years, it will revolutionize public transportation in the country and the new highway will drastically reduce travel time between major cities. However, he said his ministry and the government have failed to reduce the accident rate on Indian roads.

“We wanted to reduce road accidents by 50 percent by 2024, but we will not be able to achieve that,” he said. He said that for this human behavior needs to change because people still don’t follow the rules like red light, seat belt or wearing a helmet. Gadkari called for the need to introduce road safety education at the primary level so that Indians are aware of it at an early age. (agency)

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